New Blueprint for Humanity

Disaster Relief Solution

Why this is needed:

Disaster Relief and Emergency Response programs have failed to organize and swiftly deliver real tangible help to people, who suffer disasters such as floods, hurricanes, earthquakes or other natural events. Rather than helping those affected by large-scale disasters, FEMA, Red Cross and other agencies who collude with corporations, buying high-cost “relief items” that never get used. Those same unused relief items are then sold back cheaply to those same corporations by the agencies in a scheme of fraud and theft.


  1. The criminal agencies and corporations who disguise money laundering as national aid programs must be dissolved, and replaced by recovery plans established within local communities.
  2. Deploy local government to repurpose central sites for disaster recovery, e.g., warehouses and strategic civil defense sites in readiness to render care should disaster occur.
  3. Create huge depots at strategic locations, for stockpiling food, water, clothing, medical and daily-living supplies, tools, machinery and equipment for quick access. This is to be located 100 miles inland from coastal areas affected by hurricanes and tropical storms.
  4. Hold community meetings with peoples’ groups, restore the original militias, and include local militias and other first responders; to train for scenarios and perform drills for escape plans and routes, meeting points, barricades, chokepoints, division of duties and critical communications tools necessary on the ground to aid recovery.
  5. Dissolve all third-party suppliers and instead direct-source materials and distributors.
  6. Establish training programs for communities to learn how to rebuild and repair structures to be better than they were before, and in particular to withstand natural forces common in the area.
  7. Fund all Depot Centers by The Trust and run them as cooperatives by the staff.

Who gains:

Taxpayers gain by no longer having funds siphoned from the public funds to corporations and agencies. Those maintaining emergency-supply depots gain income from jobs they can be proud of. Suppliers of equipment and other necessities gain a market for their goods.

Who benefits:

By eliminating the control of the corporations in both the initiation and fake mitigation of disasters, people will be exposed only to real disasters and if they occur, they will have real help when it is needed. People will learn to future think, to get and remain prepared and to respond calmly in the present and in the face of the unknown. The people will benefit by the flexibility to put sites and resources in tranquil times, to many communal uses, including adult and childhood learning of practical applied skills such as growing, preparing and preserving food as well as building and trade skills. With individual communities united and trained in what needs to be done in emergency situations, first aid help across several local communities will occur when required. Of equal importance, people can learn to utilize the law of intent clearly and collectively to reverse weather manipulation before disaster can strike.